Equine magic of ‘Cavalia’ extended at Marymoor Park

  • Wed Feb 22nd, 2012 5:15pm
  • Life

It would seem audiences can’t get enough of “A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse.”

Even after the sale of nearly 60,000 tickets, performances for “Cavalia” are being extended for a third and final time through March 4 at Marymoor Park.

“Cavalia” is like Cirque de Soleil with horses and an amazing tech show.

Normand Latourelle, “Cavalia’s” founder and artistic director, said the show appeals not only to horse lovers but also to those who embrace the innovative arts. He called “Cavalia” a rare experience.

Latourelle is known for his large-scale, innovative productions. “Cavalia” combines acrobatics, dance, aerial artistry and live music with the addition of magnificent horses.

“Cavalia” performs under the White Big Top at King County’s Marymoor Park, 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Redmond.

Tickets range from $54.50 to $124.50. Special pricing is available for children, juniors and seniors. Call 866-999-8111 or go to www.cavalia.net.

Herald staff